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The Embassy of Monaco in London welcomes CFM Indosuez
The Embassy of Monaco in London welcomes the Monaco Economic Board
11 October 2023
The Embassy of Monaco in London welcomes « Grace De Monaco » for the Launch of their new perfume
27 June 2023
The Embassy of Monaco in London welcomes Savills in partnership with Barclays
26 June 2023
A Monegasque delegation in Lisbon for the 16th plenary meeting of the OECD Global Forum
Rainier III Centenary: Peille names an avenue after the Prince
Malagasy Gospel comes to Monaco
Monaco takes part in a UNESCO Marine World Heritage event
A Monégasque who was educated in London at the French Lycée, H.E. Mrs. Evelyne Genta has lived in the UK for the past 15 years.
In 2011, she became Ambassador of the Principality of Monaco to the Court of St. James’s to the United Kingdom which promotes all facets of the Principality: economy and finance, culture, humanitarian and environmental projects. Central to her core ambitions is to change any misconceptions people may have about the Principality:
‘Many think Monaco is a place where rich old people go to hide their money’, says H.E. Mrs. Evelyne Genta. ‘That's not true, but that old image has stuck like glue and we have to change it . Monaco is a wonderful place to live but is also a transparent regulated country.'
As a continuously innovative, culturally rich and developing country, Monaco wishes to engage with international community more freely and showcase its great heritage, diversity and wide-ranging expertise to the world.
Through communicating and acting abroad, Monaco can present all its facets, expanding relationships and quantifying its future in the process.
The United Kingdom and Monaco
The Principality has long held a unique bond with the UK. We are very close geographically and almost 15% of those living and working in Monaco are British. It is important to allow that special relationship to thrive by building bridges between the London and Monegasque communities. In return we have seen record numbers of new people, including young families, registering an interest in moving to the Principality and bringing their business with them.
In 2008, our Chamber for Economic Development signed a co-operation agreement with the London Chamber of Commerce.
Information and Services
In this section, you will find all of the useful information and services you need to visit or live in United Kingdom, get assistance in the event of an emergency once you are in the country, and finally, to visit and/or move to Monaco.